Gulfstream introduces two all-new business jets

GE will provide avionics and power systems for the new Gulfstream G400 and Gulfstream G800 aircraft ©Gulfstream Aerospace

Gulfstream Aerospace, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics, has introduced two all-new aircraft, further expanding its ultra-modern, high-technology family of aircraft: the Gulfstream G800, the longest-range aircraft in Gulfstream’s history, and the Gulfstream G400, the first new entrant to the large-cabin class in more than a decade.

The G800 offers customers the longest range in the Gulfstream fleet with its 8,000-nautical-mile/14,816-kilometer range at Mach 0.85 and 7,000-nm/12,964-km range at Mach 0.90. Powered by high-thrust Rolls-Royce Pearl 700 engines and the Gulfstream-designed wing and winglet introduced on the Gulfstream G700, the G800 also features enhanced fuel efficiency and more city-pair capabilities.

The all-new G400 offers a combination of long-range, high-speed performance; cabin comfort; and environmental efficiency. The G400 ramps up environmental performance by reducing fuel consumption, emissions, and noise through its use of Gulfstream’s aerodynamic clean-wing design and advanced Pratt & Whitney PW812GA engines. The aircraft will fly 4,200 nm/7,778 km at its long-range cruise speed of Mach 0.85. Three floorplans are offered, with options for seating up to nine, 11 or 12 passengers, and the G400 provides the signature Gulfstream Cabin Experience and ten Gulfstream panoramic oval windows.

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